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Robert Hatch


  • Film December 16, 2008

    Bonnie and Clyde

    In the era of the antihero, few were more antiheroic than Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker.

    Robert Hatch

  • Film December 16, 2008

    All the President’s Men

    No one could put Richard Nixon back together again after Woodward and Bernstein got through with him.

    Robert Hatch

  • Film December 16, 2008

    Chinatown

    There's corruption in Los Angeles's water department and private detective Jake Gittes sticks his nose where he shouldn't-literally.

    Robert Hatch

  • Film December 10, 2008

    Persona

    A nurse and her suddenly mute patient in Bergman's hands becomes nothing less than a work of art.

    Robert Hatch

  • Film December 10, 2008

    Jules and Jim

    Henri-Pierre Roche's novel about three friends during World War I was long out of print until François Truffaut turned it into a landmark of the French New Wave.

    Robert Hatch

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  • Film December 9, 2008

    Close Encounters of the Third Kind

    In Spielberg's blockbuster aliens encounter human beings and, amazingly, aren't horrified at what they find.

    Robert Hatch

  • Film December 8, 2008

    Psycho

    Janet Leigh says she hasn't taken a shower since, but the notion of motherhood took a bath.

    Robert Hatch

  • Film December 8, 2008

    Reds

    Warren Beatty's epic about the life and death of American radical journalist John Reed.

    Robert Hatch

  • Film December 8, 2008

    Midnight Cowboy

    Fred Neil's haunting song, "Everybody's Talkin'" sets the mood for this tragic buddy movie.

    Robert Hatch

  • Film December 8, 2008

    MASH

    The movie may have been set in Korea, but Robert Altman clearly had Vietnam in mind when he made this satire of the American military.

    Robert Hatch